Hannah Lamberton

Hannah Lamberton

Hannah joined Pform.nz in 2009, and became a Junior Leader in 2012, working alongside our team of tutors supporting students for four years. She is currently studying a Bachelor of Arts at Auckland University, with a double major in Drama and Media, Film & Television. Hannah began taking dance classes at a young age and has always had a passion for performing and the stage. Confident in styles of dance such as Jazz, Hip Hop and Contemporary, her own choreography tends to be a blend of all three allowing for a diverse view on dance. Often referred to as a 'Drama Queen', she believes that acting is the greatest passion in her life. From Shakespeare to Improvisation, Drama has always been a significant part of both school and after school life.

Hannah performed most years in at least one of two productions her school produced from Year 9. Most recently she took on the part of Puck in a modified version of Shakespeare's A Midsummer's Night Dream, a role in which she flourished as a punk rock American Shakespearian fairy.

Hannah often participated in performance opportunities that were provided by Saint Kentigern College, such as the Sheila Winn Competition, and Junior Broadway. Along side these performances, Hannah was part of an elite chosen group of 10 students to study 'Drama Extension'. Hannah was one of 20 performers who toured Los Angeles with Pform.nz in 2014 where she danced onstage at Disneyland as well as taking dance and performance classes at IDA and Millennium Studios in Hollywood and performing on Hollywood Blvd.

Her time as a Junior Leader has shown how much she loves working as a teacher, to teach the subjects she herself loves the most. Hannah loves interacting with the students and enjoys the energy the students bring to every class. She is a passionate and gifted performer and her classes are fun and challenging. We are just delighted to welcome her on board the talented team of Tutors at Pform.nz

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